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I have 1995 mazda proceed.the car consumes too much fuel than it used to.Sometimes when i start it it passes out a bit of smoke.i have recently serviced it but nothin has changed

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This cause of piston ring not functioning. U have to do top overhaul.the problem is piston ring in the piston must circle round between the piston. While the piston going up and down,the piston ring must function circle round in piston.that cause your car ?? smoke come out. This make your car ? fuel take to much use it.

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Did you talk to the service people about the problem? I would take it back if they included a charge for looking into the problem. If it was a dealer I would definately return it and talk to the service manager. Otherwise, you may want to take it buy your favorite auto parts store and ask them to read the ECU (fuel brain) for error codes.

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Black smoke = excess fuel. Could be o2 sensor, blocked fuel pressure regulator etc... should have vehicle scaned they may be able to extract a code, if not a fuel pressure test would be good to

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